MA Acting presents W. H. Auden & Christopher Isherwood's siren call against apathy in the face of creeping corruption and impending threat
Scenes from "The Dog Beneath the Skin"
Written by W. H. Auden & Christopher Isherwood. Directed by Louise Amos & Andrea Brooks.
Written in 1935, the play is a siren call against apathy in the face of creeping corruption and impending threat.
A caustic, cautionary tale, absolutely fresh, disturbingly relevant to these extraordinary times and VERY funny.
More than 40 actors, umpteen locations, 86 characters, cabaret, panto, puppets, poetry and a DOG!
An online extravaganza featuring songs and original score by ‘national treasure’ Colin Sell. Laugh, marvel…and worry!
*Used by kind permission of Curtis Brown Ltd and the Wylie Agency (UK) Ltd. Copyright 1935. All rights reserved.